KUFRI UDAY: AN EARLY MATURING RED SKIN POTATO VARIETY
Abstract views: 210 / PDF downloads: 263
Keywords:Kufri Uday, Variety, table potato, early maturity, red skin, high yield, late blight, keeping quality, North Indian Plains
ABSTRACT: Kufri Uday is an early maturing, main season, high yielding table potato variety suitable for cultivation in
North Indian plains (Northern, Central, and Eastern plains). It is a clonal selection from the cross between CIP387521.3 √
Aphrodite. Its plants are medium tall and vigorous with field resistance to late blight. It produces attractive red coloured
ovoid tubers with shallow eyes, yellow flesh, and a mealy texture. The new variety possesses 18-19% tuber dry matter
and very good keeping quality. It is fertilizer responsive and capable of yielding 36–38 t/ha under optimum agronomical
Kumar V, Luthra SK, Bhardwaj V and Singh BP (2014) Indian potato varieties and their salient features. Technical Bulletin No. 78 (Revised), ICAR-CPRI, Shimla, HP, 64p
Lal M, Luthra SK, Gupta VK and Kumar M (2020) Screening of potato genotypes against Phytophthora infestans causing late blight of potato under subtropical plains of India. Indian Journal of Horticulture 77(2):322-327
Luthra SK, Pande PC and Singh BP (2004) Perspective planning for developing potatoes for export. In: Processing & Export Potentials of Indian Potatoes (Eds. SM Paul Khurana, BP Singh, SK Luthra, NR Kumar, Devendra Kumar and Dinesh Kumar). Proceedings of International Potato Conference & Fest-2004, ICAR-CPRI Campus, Modipurarm, Meerut, UP, India, Indian Potato Association, Shimla, pp18-27
Luthra SK, Gupta VK, Tiwari JK, Kumar V, Bhardwaj V, Sood S, Dalamu, Kaur RP, Kumar R, Vanishree G, Kumar D, Mhatre P and Chakrabarti SK (2020) Potato Breeding in India. CPRI Technical Bulletin No 74 (revised), ICAR-Central Potato Research Institute, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India, 214p.
Luthra SK, Gupta VK, Rawal S, Bandana, Kumar V, Sood S, Pandey NK, Bhardwaj VB, Rathore A, Kadian MS, Baruah S and Mohanty S (2022) Unica or Yusi map: a unique potato variety with agro-ecological resilience across countries. World Potato Congress.30 May-2 June, 2022, Ireland. Abstract book, p214.
Pandey SK, Shekhawat GS and Sarkar D (2000) Quality attributes of Indian potatoes for export: priorities and possibilities. Potato Journal (Formerly J Indian Potato Assoc.) 27:103-11
Sheoran OP, Tonk DS, Kaushik LS, Hasija RC and Pannu, RS (1998). Statistical Software Package for Agricultural Research Workers. In: Recent Advances in information theory, Statistics & Computer Applications (Eds. DS Hooda and RC Hasija), Department of Mathematics Statistics, CCS HAU, Hisar, pp139-143
Rawal S, Mankar P, Dua VK, Kumar D, Malik K, Luthra SK, Lal M, Singh S, Lekshmanan DK, Das B and Chakrabarti SK (2021) Good agricultural practices for the production of potato crop. E-book, ICAR-CPRI, Shimla, HP Website, 219p
Copyright (c) 2023 Potato Journal
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
The copyright of the articles published in Potato Journal is vested with the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, which reserves the right to enter into any agreement with any organization in India or abroad, for reprography, photocopying, storage and dissemination of information. The Council has no objection to using the material, provided the information is not being utilized for commercial purposes and wherever the information is being used, proper credit is given to ICAR.